Everhot 160

The five-star powerhouse

Our largest ever range cooker brings focal warmth to the grandest of kitchens and will satisfy the busiest and most ambitious of home cooks. The 160i is an awe-inspiring powerhouse of cooking versatility, featuring an industry leading number of options for cooking, baking and grilling. But its size doesn’t detract from its elegance. The latest addition to our collection emulates the classic Everhot style combined with energy efficiency from British manufacturing.

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Able to contend with big families, big appetites and even bigger entertaining, the Everhot 160i features four full ovens with two top grills and an easy-to-adjust control panel neatly hidden behind a middle fifth door. Never fear Christmas dinner preparation again. Sitting above the ovens, you will find our traditional double simmer and hot plates either side of a state-of -the-art, two-zone induction hob. All in all, capable of managing up to ten pots or pans on the go at once. Each of the ovens, hot plates and induction zones are temperature adjustable, reaching up to 250 degrees in the top ovens and 180 degrees in the lower ovens. Giving you the capability to slow cook, simmer, bake and roast at the same time. The Everhot 160i is an opulent, attention grabbing, centrepiece that brings warmth and style to your kitchen.

The genius behind the design of the Everhot range cookers is the use of a trickle feed of electricity, originally inspired by the power generated from the water turbine at Everhot headquarters, Coaley Mill. An Everhot therefore uses a fraction of the electricity of comparable range cookers.

The true test of a heat storage cooker’s efficiency is its power consumption when it is left on 24 hours a day, with the ovens and the cast iron plates turned on and providing warmth to the room. It is important when comparing different range cooker manufacturers to ask what their running costs will be when operated as a heat storage cooker. Many of other cooker range brands publish consumption data when running the ovens only, not the hot plate and simmer plates, which are often expressed as hourly figures. In order to make a direct comparison you’ll need to calculate the 24/7 leave-on costs of the hot plates and simmer plates on competitor models. In some cases this will double the published headline consumption figures of their models.

Whilst an Everhot heat storage range cooker is designed to remain switched on day and night, it has flexibility at the core of its design. The temperature of each cooking zone can be controlled individually, and Everhot uses the latest induction technology to offer year-round use. The timed, fully programmable, ECO mode further enhances the efficiency and flexibility of the cooker.

Everhot consumption figures are based on the recommended temperature settings which your Everhot will be set to when it arrives. These are 220 degrees for the top oven, 100 degrees for the bottom oven, 290 degrees for the hot plate and 200 degrees for the simmer plate. The ECO mode automatically drops the cooker into half temperatures overnight and saves around 20% of the power consumed by the cooker.


Brand Everhot
Model 160i
Power consumption using ECO overnight (KWH per week*) 140
Typical heat output (W) 1200w
Dimensions W1598 x D600 x H900 – H lid up 1530mm
Weight (Kg) 600
Control panel 1
Number of 13 Amp power supplies 3
Number of oven with grill – max 250ºC –  W395 x H290 x D490 2
Number of oven  – max 200ºC –  W395 x H290 x D470 0
Number of oven  – max 180ºC –  W395 x H290 x D470 2
Number of oven  – max 120ºC –  W395 x H290 x D470 0
Number of oven  –  approx 120ºC –  W395 x H290 x D440 0
Number of plate warming oven**  –  approx 60ºC –  W290 x H290 x D540 0
Number of plate warming oven**  –  approx 50ºC –  W390 x H140 x D400 0
Number of hot plate  –  W235 x D355 2
Number of simmer plate  –  W165 x D355 2
Number of uncontrollable simmer plate  –  W165 x D355 2
Number of induction hob zones 2


*Running cost based on using ECO mode overnight (from 21.00pm to 6.00 am) and a 3 hour oven delay.

**Warming ovens do not have heating elements and take their heat from adjacent ovens.



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